Minnesota Master Naturalist

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ADV - Lunch with a Scientist - dendrochronology (in person)

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve website

2660 Fawn Lake Drive NE
East Bethel, MN 55005

PLEASE NOTE: It is unknown at this time whether we will be able to host on-site programs in September. If this in-person training opportunity must be cancelled, registrants will be emailed with information to join a Zoom webinar.

Topic: Dendrochronology Presented by: Daniel Griffin, faculty member in the Department of Geography, Environment & Society

Daniel will share about work done in his lab:

We research climate, trees, water resources, and environmental dynamics. We identify and map old-growth forests for management, conservation, and science. We emphasize fieldwork, development of high-quality datasets, and hypothesis-driven research on timely, socially-relevant issues. Our research tools include dendrochronology, spatiotemporal numerical analyses and statistics, advanced geospatial technologies, and high-resolution image analysis. We are one of several groups affiliated with the MN Dendro Collective.

Course Dates:

Meeting from 11:30 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. on:

Instructor Information

Tillery Bailey

Tillery is serving her second year as the Minnesota GreenCorps Member at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve. MN GreenCorps is an AmeriCorps program sponsored by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, which allows young environmental professionals to gain practical experience. At Cedar Creek she serves as a member of the education and outreach team.

Tillery graduated from the University of Minnesota in December 2017 with a BS in Recreation Administration and a Management minor. She loves teaching yoga, spending time outside, and creating the occasional art project.

Sponsor Information

Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve


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